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Global Retailer Saves Millions Using Collibra Data Governance

Global Retailer Saves Millions and Increases Responsiveness Using Collibra
 
A Major US based global retailer used Collibra Data Governance, and reduced the time it took to add new items into their systems from 6 months to 3 weeks. In addition, they have instituted Collaborative processes with their suppliers for managing the quality of the attribute data. This data governance initiative has been worth millions in time savings and improved responsiveness.

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Reference Data and Business Semantics at the Flemish Ministry of Economy, Science and Innovation

Using Collibra’s business glossary, data dictionary and reference data capabilities, the department of education was able to set-up and maintain complex mappings of terminology and codes. For many code tables a foundation list was set-up as a basis to map to. These code mappings are further used to support the data transformation and movement.

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Data Governance for MDM and SAP at Barry Callebaut

Barry-Callebaut operates on a single SAP instance globally and deals with the data migration process of, on average, five newly acquired plants each year. The key in supporting this process efficiently is proper governance of data fields, applications and data rules. This is done by documenting what data fields are used for, who the owner is, what the allowed values are, what rules apply, who the data provider is, in what plants and application the fields is used, …

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Master Data Governance at Large Medical Devices Company

Master Data supports many key business functions and business processes, including finance, manufacturing, product discovery and delivery, … A big part of the data governance vision of this organization is to have no process interruptions due to bad master data. By communicating this, the value of data governance became very tangible for the business. It enabled them to think about their current process (or lack of processes) in a structured way.

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